The most recent episode of Supercar Advocates features Lecha Khouri’s rare collectible, the 1964 Maserati 3500 GT. Lee’s new addition to the collection is nothing ordinary. It is a unique and custom ordered Maserati 3500 that has a carbureted engine instead of the fuel injected system. Lecha Khouri’s Maserati 3500 took a total of four years of restoration processes and involved thorough rejuvenation and revitalization of the iconic classic. Since it took so long, it is extremely close to Lee’s heart and adds a touch of nostalgia to his car collection.
Except for sourcing certain components from England in the late 1950s, the Maserati is an Italian thoroughbred. From 1961 to 1964, Maserati produced only a total of 441 GTIs and Lecha Khouri’s car is one of the last ten to come off the production line.
In a day and age of EV/hybrid cars, the Maserati 3500 still holds its ground because of its glorious heritage. It brings nostalgia but has also become a textbook example of a car that represents classical art and design.
Watch the brand new episode of Supercar Advocates and revel in the glory of Lecha Khouri’s 1964 Maserati 3500.